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You do not need local Jekyll installation if you just change file and put it on github.

But it always usefull to check it locally before publishing.

In that case you have to install Jekyll and plugins for github pages (the plugins are listed in Gemfile).

Linux (Ubuntu)

Install rbenv

Add /home/<your user name>/.rbenv/bin: into PATH (~/.bashrc). and add eval "$(rbenv init -)" after this line in ~/.bashrc.

sudo apt-get install ruby-dev build-essential libssl-dev libreadline-dev zlib1g-dev
rbenv install 2.5.7
rbenv global 2.5.7
sudo gem install bundler

# cd to folder


Use the Dockerfile in Docker or Visual Studio Code integration (.devcontainer/).

Run the docker container or run in VS Code terminal the command below:

jekyll serve


install jekill

And after that:


Reinstall after MacOS update

    brew install rbenv
    rbenv install 3.2.2
    rbenv global 3.2.2
    echo 'eval "$(rbenv init - zsh)' >> ~/.zshrc
    gem install --user-install bundler jekyll

    bundler install

Add "/Users/ksfj595/.gem/ruby/3.2.0/bin" to PATH (in .zshrc).


jekyll serve